Many people who have a serious illness have a higher chance of survival
if their disease is diagnosed early on and proper treatment plans are
followed. Unfortunately, mistakes and oversight can lead to a delayed
diagnoses. This allows the illness to increase in severity, which may
prolong treatment. In some instances, the illness may advance past a treatable state.
Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo & Plotkin LLP, we represent clients throughout New York City who have suffered due to
the misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of a serious illness. Our New York
misdiagnosis attorneys are experienced in holding negligent doctors and
facilities accountable and recovering the compensation our clients deserve.
If you or a loved one has been affected by a misdiagnosis, the time to
act is now. Call us at (888) 260-0473 today.
Were You Misdiagnosed?
In order to pursue a misdiagnosis lawsuit, you must prove that a doctor's
negligence lead to your suffering. Some illnesses are more difficult to
diagnose than others and you may not show the common signs and symptoms
of the disease.
We can help with any of the following:
We have more than 30 years of experience handling complex medical malpractice
claims. Our firm has access to medical experts who can help us determine
whether your doctor should have diagnosed your disease in its early stages.
Some common reasons to pursue a medical malpractice claim include:
- Doctor failed to recognize early signs and symptoms of the disease
- Doctor failed to consult an expert when appropriate
- Doctor failed to order necessary tests
- The lab crossed your test results with another patient's results
- Doctor misinterpreted the test results
Contact Our Firm Today
If you are suffering due to the misdiagnosis of a serious disease, please
contact our New York medical malpractice law firm today. We're ready
to hear your story, discuss your options and, if necessary, take decisive,
diligent action on your behalf.
free case evaluations for all our prospective clients. Fill out our online form to request one today.